Rodents are known to reproduce rapidly, so when rodents invade your home, it takes little to no time before the minor inconvenience turns into a complete infestation. Because they are very adaptable and resilient creatures, it might be challenging to stop a rodent infestation on your own.
Pest Authority of the Golden Isles is here to help the Brunswick, Georgia and surrounding areas with any rodent infestation that occurs. If you notice signs of rodents on your property, call us and we will immediately begin implementing a comprehensive rodent control and prevention plan.
Rodents are annoying, but they can also be extremely dangerous. They are known to chew on wires and start house fires, destroy personal belongings, contaminate your food, and cause severe allergic reactions. More alarmingly, they can also spread diseases like salmonellosis, campylobacteriosis (food poisoning), and dysentery.
At Pest Authority of the Golden Isles, our expert technicians will create and custom-design a rodent control and prevention plan specific to your St. Simons Island or St. Mary’s, Georgia home using technology backed by science, research, and years of rodent control experience. Our goal is to protect your family and home from rodents by addressing the source of the problem so that they stay away for good. No Long Term Contracts. No Commitments. No Rodents. Guaranteed.
Rodent Prevention Tips:
- Dispose of any cardboard that you have on your property. Rodents use cardboard to build their nests, and it has been shown to attract them.
- Clear away all food waste as soon as possible after meals, including small crumbs.
- Keep dry goods in tightly sealed containers and properly store all produce.
- Don’t leave food waste out on counters or in sinks.
- Keep tight-fitting lids on all your garbage cans and replace them after use.
Facts about Rodents:
- There are over 1,000 rodent species that exist worldwide.
- Rats can jump three feet vertically into the air from a stationary position.
- Rats can tread water for three days straight without rest and can swim over half a mile in open water.
- Rodents’ teeth are constantly growing, but gnawing on things keeps them from getting too long.
- Rodents have extremely poor vision but excellent senses of smell, touch, and hearing, which is why many rodents are more active at night.
- Rodents have been known to eat drywall and tear through insulation. They will eat almost anything to get the nutrition they need to survive.
- Rats can chew through a wide variety of materials, including lead, cinder block, brick, mortar, aluminum, wood, glass, vinyl, and improperly-cured concrete.
- Many rodents can fall 50 feet without suffering any injury.